Who Does England Play Next in 2020 UEFA Euro Cup?

Larry Rupp
Taking a look at who England plays next in the 2020 UEFA Euro Cup.
Taking a look at who England plays next in the 2020 UEFA Euro Cup. / Marc Atkins/Getty Images
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The 2020 UEFA Euro Cup has been filled with nonstop action and major upsets so far as the knockout stage continues to be played. The field of eight is just about finalized as the quarterfinals are set to get underway on Friday afternoon. Let's take a look at who England will be playing next in the bracket.

England vs Germany

England took part in what became an intense matchup against Germany in the Round of 16. It was tied 0-0 at halftime, but goals scored by Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane late into the second half propelled England to a 2-0 win and secured the team a spot in the next round.

England Next Match 2020 UEFA Euro Cup

England's quarterfinals match is set to take place in Rome on Saturday, July 3. Kickoff time is slated for 3 p.m. EST and the opponent is still yet to be determined.

This powerhouse squad is going to take on the winner of the Sweden/Ukraine Round of 16 matchup that will be played on Tuesday afternoon. While neither of these team's faced England in the group stage, they are a combined 3-1-2 (W-D-L) so far at the UEFA Euro Cup.

England is currently the sole favorite to win this storied tournament with odds set at +175, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.


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